Definition of Dordogne in US English:

Dordogne

proper noun

  • 1A river in western France that rises in the Auvergne region and flows west for 297 miles (472 km) to meet the Garonne River and form the Gironde estuary.

    1. 1.1 A department of southwestern France. It contains caves that have yielded abundant remains of early humans and their artifacts and art, such as that at Lascaux.

Pronunciation

Dordogne

/dɔrˈdoʊn//dôrˈdōn/